|Satellite view of Typhoon Maysak|
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Guam are sending supplies to help the people of Chuuk and Yap. Guam missionaries helped with the humanitarian efforts.
|Elder Fabiano packaging up some chain saws|
|Elder Murdoch helping pack the tarps|
|Elder Kata (from Chuuk) and Elder Matalolo packaging more needed supplies|
Several Guam Service Center associates worked together to get the shipment ready for the planes leaving soon to Chuuk and Yap islands.
|Elder Martin taking a quick break from the mission office|
|Elder Leeworthy helping out|
|Typhoon Maysak now headed toward the Philippines|
After the typhoon hit, the eye of the storm passed over, giving time to assess some of the damage before the next round. Elder Bloxham noticed a tree had fallen down, blocking the entrance to the church and the missionary apartment.
Other nearby damage.
About 40 people watched the storm from inside the church.
Then the winds and the rain really got stronger.
As the winds started to slow down, they noticed a tree had fallen on the mission truck.
Elder Heim and Elder Bloxham's church owned house. They walked to some of their neighbors.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all who may be in harms way of these storms. Including Elder and Sister Roberts (my sister), who are serving in the Urdaneta Philippines Mission.